> > On behalf of the Debian Internationalisation team members I would like to > > I do not like such usage of "Debian Internationalisation team". I have > seen this more and more often in the last time (also for other teams) > and it sounds elitist to me. Uh? I certainly am among the people using it quite widely and it "only" represents for me what we currently are: a team of people working on internationalisation of Debian, which we're doing for years now. > > How to become a member? What contract do I have to sign? How often do I > have to meet members in real life? Why would a team need to have such rules? The D-I team exists for years as well, defines self as a team and many of its members have never met, signed a contract or became "members". From my point of view, any person who signs up to debian-i18n and participates in it is a de facto team member.
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